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2015

 

  1. Stasyk O.V., Boretsky Y.R., Gonchar M.V. and Sibirny A.A. Recombinant arginine-degrading enzymes in metabolic anticancer therapy and bioanalytics. // Cell Biology International. – 2015 – Vol. 39, No.3 – P. 246–252. (IF=1.933) (Scopus)
  2. Pavlyk Yu., Rzhepetskyy Yu., Jagielski A., Drozak J., Wasik A., Pereverzieva G., Olchowik M., Kunz‑Schugart L., Stasyk O., Redowicz MJ. Arginine deprivation affects glioblastoma cell adhesion, invasiveness and actin cytoskeleton organization by impairment of β‑actin arginylation // Amino Acids. – 2015. – V.47. P. 199–212 (IF=3.293) (Scopus)
  3. Karolczak J1., Pavlyk I., Majewski Ł., Sobczak M., Niewiadomski P., Rzhepetskyy Y., Sikorska A., Nowak N., Pomorski P., Prószyński T., Ehler E., Rędowicz M.J. Involvement of unconventional myosin VI in myoblast function and myotube formation. Histochem Cell Biol. 2015 Jul;144(1):21-38. (IF=3.054) (Scopus)
  4. Fedorovych D., Boretsky Y., Bobak Ya., Prokopiv T., Sybirny A. Putative ferroxidases in the flavinogenic yeast Pichia guilliermondii are regulated by iron acquisition. // Tsitologiia i genetika (Cytology and Genetics). – 2015. – Vol.49, No.5 – P. 13-19. (IF=0.379) (Google Scholar)

2016

 

  1. Bobak Y., Kurlishchuk Y., Vynnytska-Myronovska B., Grydzuk O., Shuvayeva G., Redowicz M.J., Kunz-Schughart L.A., Stasyk O. Arginine deprivation induces endoplasmic reticulum stress in human solid cancer cells // Int J Biochem Cell Biol. 2016 70:29-38. (IF=3.910)
  2. Kurlishchuk Y., Vynnytska-Myronovska B., Grosse-Gehling P., Bobak Y., Manig F., Chen O., Merker S.R., Henle T., Löck S., Stange D.E., Stasyk O., Kunz-Schughart L.A. Co-application of canavanine and irradiation uncouples anticancer potential of arginine deprivation from citrulline availability // Oncotarget. 2016 Sep 28. (IF=5.010)
  3. Vynnytska-Myronovska B.O., Kurlishchuk Y., Chen O., Bobak Y., Dittfeld C., Hüther M., Kunz-Schughart L.A., Stasyk O.V. Arginine starvation in colorectal carcinoma cells: Sensing, impact on translation control and cell cycle distribution // Exp Cell Res. 2016 Feb 1;341(1):67-74. (IF=3.380)
  4. Chen O., Barska M., Lyniv L., Vovk O., Sybirna N., Stasyk O. Effect of combined arginase and nitric oxide donor treatment of normal and leukemic cells in vitro // Studia Biologica. – 2016. – V. 10, N 1. – P. 17–28.
  5. Vovk O., Chen O., Igumentseva N., Senchuk O., Barska M., Sybirna N., Stasyk O. Effect of combined arginase and canavanine treatment on leukemic cells in vitro and in vivo // Ukr. Biochem. J. – 2016. – V. 88, N 2. – P. 45–55.
  6. Barska M., Savran V., Stoika R. Apoptosis of blood leukocytes in patients with breast cancer // Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Biology. – 2016. – Issue 73. – P. 17-21.
  7. Stasyk O., Romanyshyn O., Denega I., Klymyshyn N., Stasyk O. Influence of different concentrations of extracellular glucose on cytotoxicity of human α-synuclein in model strains of the yeast Hansenula polymorpha // Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Biology. – 2016. – Issue 73. – P. 85-95.
  8. Chen O., Barska M., Tsymbalyuk-Voloshyn I., Kozlova O., Stasyk O., Sybirna N. Impact of the recombinanat arginase on the viability of the peripheral blood blasts from patients with leukemia in vitro // Visnyk of the Lviv University. Series Biology. – 2016 – Issue 73. – P. 342-346.

2017

 

Articles:

  1. Farré J.C., Carolino K., Stasyk O.V., Stasyk O.G., Hodzic Z., Agrawal G., Till A., Proietto M., Cregg J., Sibirny A.A., Subramani S. A New Yeast Peroxin, Pex36, a Functional Homolog of Mammalian PEX16, Functions in the ER-to-Peroxisome Traffic of Peroxisomal Membrane Proteins // J Mol Biol. – 2017. – 429(23). – P. 3743-3762. (IF=4.630)
  2. Hinrichs C.N., Ingargiola M., Käubler T., Löck S., Temme A., Köhn-Luque A., Deutsch A., Vovk O., Stasyk O., Kunz-Schughart L.A. Arginine Deprivation Therapy: Putative Strategy to Eradicate Glioblastoma Cells by Radiosensitization // Mol Cancer Ther. – 2017. – doi: 10.1158/1535-7163.MCT-16-0807. (IF=5.760)
  3. Mayevska O., Chen O., Karatsai O., Bobak Y., Barska M., Lyniv L., Pavlyk I., Rzhepetskyy Y., Igumentseva N., Redowicz M.J., Stasyk O. Nitric oxide donor augments antineoplastic effects of arginine deprivation in human melanoma cells // Exp Cell Res. – 2017. – 355(2). – P. 162-171. (IF=3.550)
  4. Stasyuk N., Gayda G., Zakalskiy A., Zakalska O., Fayura L., Vovk O., Stasyk O., Sibirny A., and Gonchar M. Recombinant forms of arginase and argininedeiminaseas catalytic components of argitest enzymatic kit for l-arginine analysis // Nauka innov. – 2017. – 13(4). – P. 64—72.

 

Chapters in Monographs:

  1. Stasyk O.V. Methylotrophic yeasts as producers of recombinant proteins. In: Biotechnology of yeasts and filamentous fungi // Springer International Publishing AG 2017. – P. 325-350. – DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-58829-2.
  2. Stasyk O.G. Pathways of abnormal alpha-synuclein degradation and their role in the pathogenesis of Parkinson's disease / Stasyk O.G., Matiytsiv N.P., Dronska Kh.A., Klymyshyn N.I., Bobak Ya.P., Stasyk O.V. // General theory of health and healthcare: a collective monograph / according to the general editing by prof. Yu.D. Boychuk. – Kharkiv, 2017. – 488 p.
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Institute of Cell Biology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

 

Department of Cell Signaling

 

Research Grants

 

Current International Grants:

 

  1. Development of technology for production of recombinant human arginase as anticancer enzyme and element of biosensor for arginine. (CRDF проект №16708), 2011.

 

National scientific projects:

 

  1. Розробка нових підходів до комбінаційної ензимотерапії злоякісних пухлин на основі голодування за амінокислотами. Цільова комплексна міждисциплінарна програма фундаментальних досліджень НАН України «Фундаментальні основи молекулярних та клітинних біотехнологій», 2010-2014.

  2. Моделювання в клітинах дріжджів молекулярних процесів, характерних для хвороби Паркінсона, та аналіз впливу екзо- та ендогенних чинників на процеси агрегації та деградації альфа-синуклеїну людини. НАН України, 2015-2019.

  3. Синтез та аналіз нових структурних аналогів аргініну та канаваніну як компонентів метаболічної протипухлинної терапії. ДФФД (конкурс Ф-76), 2017-2018.
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Institute of Cell Biology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

 

Department of Cell Signaling

 

Personnel:

 

Stasyk Oleh – Head of Department, PhD, Dr. Sci., Senior Scientist.

Danyleichenko Valeriy – leading scientist, PhD, Dr. Sci., Professor.

Bobak Yaroslav – Senior Scientist, PhD.

Vovk Olena – Junior Scientist, PhD.

Shuvayeva Galyna – Junior Scientist, PhD.

Chen Oleh – Junior Scientist, PhD.

Stasyk Olena – Junior Scientist, PhD.

Chernyshuk Svitlana – Engineer.

Gruba Olena – Engineer.

Polishchuk Nikita – Engineer.

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Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology

 

All-Ukrainian Public Organization Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology (USCB), is a non-profit voluntary and self-governing scientific-public organization of scientists, lecturers, post-graduate students and other citizens of Ukraine, established to satisfy their public and scientific interests in the field of cell and molecular biology, biotechnology and in related fields of science, education, medicine, agriculture, food industry, etc.

 

History of the society: The 1st Inaugural Ukrainian Congress on Cell Biology of Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology took place in Lviv on April 25-28, 2004, where it was represented by 14 regional offices in Kyiv, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ternopil, Kharkiv, Odesa, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk, Vinnytsia, Chernihiv, Uzhgorod, Lutsk, Sevastopol, Simferopol. At that time the total number of members was 549, among which 187 students. The Society has acquired the status of legal entity at September 13, 2004 after State registration by Ministry of Justice of Ukraine (No.2143) and registration by the Executive committee of Lviv city council.

 

USCB is a member of International Federation for Cell Biology (IFCB).

 

It was formally established in St. Louis in 1972 to coordinate and support Cell Biology activities throughout the world, as well as representing cell biology in the International Union of Biological Sciences. The affiliation makes the IFCB a constituent of the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU), and puts our congresses officially under the aegis of the latter. This is of particular importance to colleagues in some countries who may become eligible for grants to attend international congresses sponsored by the ISCU. The IFCB is also represented in the International Cell Research Organization (ICRO) which functions in UNESCO.

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Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology

 

CHARTER
of All-Ukrainian Public OrganizationUkrainian Society of Cell Biology

 

1. GENERAL PROVISIONS.

 

1.1. All-Ukrainian Public Organization Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology (hereinafter referred to as the Society), is a voluntary and self-governing scientific-public organization of scientists, instructors, post-graduate students and other citizens of Ukraine, established to satisfy its public and scientific interests in the field of cell and molecular biology, biotechnology and in related fields of science, education, medicine, agriculture, food industry, etc.

1.2. The society is established and functions in accordance with the Constitution of Ukraine, the Laws of Ukraine On citizens' associations, On scientific and scientific-technological activity, the present Charter and other, bylaws regulating activity of public organizations.

1.3. The society is a non-profit organization.

1.4. The society shall function on the principles of lawfulness, common interests and equality of the rights of its members, openness, voluntary participation and self-government.

 

2. LEGAL STATUS OF THE SOCIETY

 

2.1. The society shall acquire the status of a legal entity from the date of its state registration by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

2.2. The society shall have its seal, stamp, letterheads, logos and other relevant requisites.

2.3. The society shall have its independent balance, accounts in the banking establishments of Ukraine and abroad, and shall have the right to acquire on its behalf proprietary and non-proprietary rights and be a participant of civil-legal relations.

2.4. The society shall represent cell and molecular-biological science in the state bodies, scientific and educational establishments, scientific-public organizations of Ukraine and abroad.

2.5. The name and legal address of standing executive body of All-Ukrainian Public Organization Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology: Central Council, Ukrainian Society of Cell Biology, Ukraine, 79005, Lviv, Drahomanova St. 14/16.

 

3. GOALS AND TASKS OF THE SOCIETY

 

3.1. The main goal of activity of the Society is consolidation of efforts of its members and other citizens in resolving fundamental and applied problems of cell and molecular biology and related sciences, safeguarding their professional interests, support of democratic principles in scientific and pedagogical activity, mutual coordination of research and development works and sharing experience of scientists.

3.2. In order to achieve these goals the Society shall set forth the following tasks:

 

  • propagation of scientific and practical achievements of cell and molecular biology and related sciences;
  • coordination of scientific research works in cell and molecular biology among the members of the Society;
  • promotion of prestige of cell and molecular biology in Ukraine and abroad;
  • all-round scientific and methodological support to higher and secondary schools in the field of cell and molecular biology;
  • organization of scientific events on the issues of cell and molecular biology (congresses, conventions, conferences, symposia, schools-seminars, etc.) on the national and international levels;
  • cooperation with international scientific societies (such as IFCB (International Federation of Cell Biology Societies} and IUBMB (International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology), foreign scientific establishments, foundations, biotechnological corporations, etc.;
  • establishment of and participation in publishing of periodical scientific-theoretical journal dedicated to cell and molecular biology;
  • assistance in training of cell and molecular biologists of various levels of qualification;
  • implementation of democratic principles in scientific and pedagogical activity.

 

4. RIGHTS OF THE SOCIETY

 

  • making proposals to the bodies of power and management on the issues of development of science and education in cell and molecular biology and in related sciences, biotechnological industries in Ukraine;
  • founding of and membership in international scientific-public organizations and associations in Ukraine and abroad;
  • propaganda of ideas and goals of activity of the Society;
  • concluding agreements with the Ukrainian and foreign partners in Ukraine and abroad for accomplishment of goals set forth in the Charter;
  • representing and safeguarding its lawful interests and interests of its members in public and governmental offices;
  • founding mass information media;
  • development of social security of its members;
  • carrying out economic activity by way of establishment of cost-accounting establishments, organizations, founding enterprises for the accomplishment of goals set forth in the Charter.

 

5. CONDITIONS AND PROCEDURE OF ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE SOCIETY

 

5.1. The Society shall consist of:

 

  • individual members;
  • honorary members;
  • collective members.

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